Kids will love practicing their Multiplication math facts with this one of a kind Wizard Math Printable Multiplication Board Game! This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure statement for more information. Wizard Math Multiplication Board Game A few weeks ago I ran across this AMAZING Multiplication Minecraft Printable Game from Royal Baloo. Be […]
Welcome to another Week in Review where I catch you up on all the goings on here at Nourishing My Scholar. I hope you find encouragement and some fun ideas for your own homeschool. We, have had a beautiful week full of books, a Fall Festival and Candy Apples!
Folks, I am so excited to share a fun strategy math game with you: HoliMaths X Multiplication Game!
Multiplication. Times Tables. Math. These words can strike fear into the hearts of many parents. How many of us hated memorizing our multiplication facts? How many of us loathed the drills and flash cards? *Raises hands in the air and waves them wildly* Needless to say I wanted to give our own child a different experience with the Times Tables. I wanted his journey through Multiplication and Math in general to be filled with fun, joy, and excitement as well as providing a meaningful learning experiences.
August is upon us and for many of us it brings with it the planning of another homeschool year. Curriculum’s and school supplies bombard our senses as we walk through stores and browse online. It can be quite intimidating and overwhelming. I found myself jotting down notes about this upcoming school year while I sipped my coffee earlier this week. Our homeschool doesn’t run off of a boxed curriculum like some. That isn’t to say that we don’t use them at all. We simply don’t use them in the traditional way of starting with chapter one and working our way chronologically to the end. We prefer the ability to follow our interests, tumble down rabbit holes, and to get lost in our passions.
If you have followed us for any amount of time, then you know we don’t use boxed curriculum’s in our homeschool. We follow our children’s interests whatever that looks like. Now, that doesn’t mean our children are not learning. On the contrary, our kids are learning all of the time! One of the ways our 8 year old likes to learn…Games and Apps. Here are his favorites.